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Telemundo
Nov 14, 2013 6:00pm PST
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SFGTV2
Nov 15, 2013 1:00am PST
yesterday. she will have a book signing during lunch. next is don porter, the producer of gideon's army. the clip we just saw. don is a founder of trilogy films and director of gideon's army. it premiered in the 2010 sundance festival. she's an a -- she's on the 2012 hot shot directors emerging to watch, she's also graduated from georgetown university law center and practicing attorney and abc television networks before starting her television career and next is john. i met john about 10 years ago when he was starting off and had this crazy idea of operating a training center for public defenders and he did. he's no now the president and founder and one of the contributors to gideon's army, he's from john marshall law school where he teaches law and criminal procedure. he was in the post katrina and new orleans center. he trained people in the film. he received an advocacy fellowship and named a public interest fellow by harvard law school. next we have maurice call well. he was convicted in the housing project here in san francisco. there was no physical evidence linking him to the cri
Telemundo
Nov 14, 2013 11:00pm PST
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CNN
Nov 15, 2013 10:00am PST
next? >> don lemon. have a great weekend, everybody. "cnn newsroom" starts right now. >>> right now, the house is getting ready to decide on a new obama care plan. the republican bill would override the president's fix, but will democrats join the chorus? stay with us on that. . right now president obama gearing up for a critical meeting on his health care fix. he is holding talks with insurance company ceos. the white house briefing getting under way right now. right now, stocks are on the cusp of reaching a key milestone really, the dow is up again today and marching toward 16,000, but is it a sign of a recovering economy or a bubble just waiting to burst? >>> hello, everyone. i'm don lemon. do not adjust your tv sets. wolf will be back with you on monday. we are moments away now from that vote in the house that we have been reporting on here on cnn. the republican-sponsored keep your health plan act. as late as a day ago, it had a lot of democratic support. so i want to bring in dana bash on capitol hill where she has been stationed for the duration of all of this. what could we
CBS
Nov 15, 2013 6:00am EST
cloudy and partly sunny in between. 58 degrees at lunch on its way to a high of 62 maybe. don, take it away. >>> here is traffic with wjz traffic control at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. we have picked up a new problemn the inner loop of the beltway on the west side at baltimore national pike. we have some debris reported there. speed wise we're still doing well. 55 on the top and west sides of the beltway. same goes for 95. that's a look at 70 just west of the beltway running smoothly. be aware of deer out there. now wjz has the stories people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. >>> the president is trying to d on a promise he made while selling his health care plan but insurance executives across this country say it may not work. here is susan mcginnis with the story for wjz. >> we fumbled the roll out on this health care law. that's on me. >> president obama is trying to fix problems with the affordable care act. he now says americans can keep their current insurance plans through 2014 even if they don't meet the standards laid out in the new healthcare
CW
Nov 14, 2013 9:00pm CST
? yeah. i'm don, your new co-host. don was don frank, a seasoned veteran of no fewer than 38 local morning news teams from all over the country. the guy was an industry legend. oh. wow! you are so going to hit that. no, i just think we're going to be great together on the air. and on the sofa and on the bed and on the coffee table. all right, all right. i'm gonna go up on the roof and stand there by myself for five minutes. have fun. and that's exactly what she did. she just stood there. all right, kids, i'm gonna level with you. that's not what she did. here's what she did. all right, all right. i'm going to go have a cigarette. both: what?! narrator: i promised her i'd never tell you this, but once upon a time, your aunt robin did enjoy the occasional cigarette, and occasionally that occasional cigarette... was more than just occasional. i just left something like this in my apartment. robin, come on, take it to the roof.
SFGTV
Nov 15, 2013 4:00am PST
. thank you for your presentation. okay. we have don james from parks and recreation. so don is going to discuss so parks and recreation priority projects. >> supervisors, capital director for the san francisco parks and recreation. i have a brief presentation today on the eastern plan for the open space. some of this was covered earlier by the city planning presentation. i think there is one fundamental commitment made as part of eastern neighborhoods. we would create four new open spaces and we are very well poised to follow through on that commitment. as noted in the earlier presentation 17 and folsom is a good example of the collaboration that's gone on between the planning and the parks and recreation and the community , we are able to use those impact fees to secure that site and complete a design. that project is on hold now to make time for the puc to create storm water catch basin underneath the park. once that is complete, we should be able to move forward. i think that spirit of collaboration is what we want to continue to repeat and all the other projects that we are consider
SFGTV2
Nov 15, 2013 1:30am PST
trainers. a program for our graduates, all from don's film have come through the program. that's why i did it. i really believe the public defenders can walk through a room across systems and remind people of these ideals that gideon was all about that quite frankly everyone in the system has forgotten. [ applause ] >> so judge. tell us about what is some of the concrete stechs steps that we can take in terms of training lawyers? it's great that you are working with individual lawyers, but how do you create a movement? how do you reach the 15,000 public defenders. you have to also republican there remember there are contract attorneys where there are no public defenders office. >> i want to share one more story with you. a couple weeks ago a friend of mine forwarded a link. one of the public defenders leader who headed up a state system was testifying before a budget committee and the committee asked him, do you have enough resources to do your job? and his response was well, i'm in a district with 5 counties and i have, so there are 5 court houses and i have 5 lawyers and one investig
MSNBC
Nov 15, 2013 8:00am PST
. >> unbelievable is right. joining me now is don peat, city hall bureau chief for "the toronto sun." he's been covering the mayor since he took office. don, it's good to have you here. obviously that reporter's reaction was fresh, right in the moment. certainly tried to play it off to the best of her ability. later on in the day, though, we have the mayor coming back out of his office to apologize. i want to show that to everybody. take a look. >> i want to apologize for my graphic remarks this morning. these allegations are 100% lies. >> i might have had some drinks and driven, which is absolutely wrong. >> so we know that he's admitted to drinking and driving. during one of the pressers his wife put it best when she said my husband has already said enough. don, over your years of covering this mayor, i mean because he was on the city council prior to becoming the mayor, what was his behavior like and how is this going over with the people who elected him into office? because the behavior, it's a personal influence that's rubbing off on his professional decision-making. >> right. well, h
ABC
Nov 14, 2013 11:35pm EST
. [♪] [sonido ambiente de calle] >>bueno, hablo de parte de don epifanio vargas, de mÉxico. >>pues todo esto que tienes, la casa, el dinero, norteÑa de, la aviaciÓn, es gracias a mi difunto marido, el padre de ramiro. ahora, lo menos que puedes hacer es ayudar a tu sobrino para traerlo de regreso a mÉxico. >>a ver, espÉrame, mercedes porque lo que tengo es mÍo, muy mÍo. lo levantÉ con mis propias manos y te voy a decir una cosa, si mi hermano hubiera aprendido a caminar derecho, no lo matan tan temprano. y ramirito, estÁ siguiendo sus mismos pasos y vicios. reza, cuÑadita, rÉzale a la virgencita pa' que lo dejen preso muchos aÑos porque cuando salga de la cÁrcel va a tener sus dÍas contados. mira. [♪] >>¿quÉ pasÓ? >>estÁs metido en un grave problema, willy. >>sÉ que he cometido muchos errores y estoy dispuesto a asumir las consecuencias. >>de eso se ocuparÁ el departamento de asuntos internos cuando terminen la investigaciÓn. >>eso serÍa darle mÁs tiempo a epifanio vargas para que se haga mÁs fuerte. >>eso sÍ es una consecuencia irreparable porque no obliga a empeza
CSPAN
Nov 14, 2013 9:00pm EST
. don is a marine corps veteran and a former coal miner. he and karen run a ministry that helps people in developing countries. rough rough done recently -- don -- mr. rothfus: don recently let me know that he will lose his plan. he said he specifically bought a plan that met his needs. i liked my plan very much and it was something i could afford. when don and karen were able to get onto the website, the plan he was offered had a deductible of more than $6,000. in don's words, this is, quote, ridiculous, and unaffordable. unfortunately their story is not unique. we need help -- health care reform that works for don and karen and the rest of the american people. the empowering patients first act and the american health care reform act provide a good place to start and a better way on health care reform. i thank the speaker and i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from oklahoma rise? without objection. >> oklahoma, i rise today to say enough is enough. enough of the rhetoric, enough of the di
CSPAN
Nov 15, 2013 5:00am EST
- working western pennsylvanians, like don and karen. don is a marine corps veteran and a former coal miner. -- run as wife one ministry that helps people in developing countries. he will lose his plan. he said, i specifically bought a health plan that met my needs. i like my plan very much and it was something i could afford. when don and karen were able to get onto the website, the plan he was offered had a deductible of more than $6,000. in don's words this is ridiculous and unaffordable. unfortunately, their story is not unique. care plan thath works for don and karen and the american people. i think the speaker and i yield back. >> the gentleman from oklahoma. >> i rise today to say enough is enough. enough of the rhetoric, enough of the dishonesty. policies have been broken, we take -- face critical situations that need to be made right. countless of americans in oklahoma are going to the mailboxes to learn that their health insurance is being canceled. individuals can actually keep the plan they like with the keep your health plan act. we can clean up the damage done by this ad
NBC
Nov 15, 2013 2:05am PST
? it's beautiful. >> but i don agree with it. >> i knew you were gng to find something wrong. >> i love thsong. >>ith it. >> you are relatively new friend to me. >> yeah. >> you feel like you've been my friend forever so >> oh. >> i love you like i love my old friends. >> oh, mgod. so i disagree with . >> me, too. disagree with it, too. >> so ere you go. >> all right. >> hey, hoda, is it okay or not okay to bear midriff in your 40s. >> here's whate had to say about it. >> not if it's drifted too far. >> inow. i li. if you have a midriff at mid life, it's okay to bear it. look at you. me n so much. >> what are you talkg about? >> well, all rht. >> o >> win some, lose some come to nd? >> yeah. >> okay. so the bad newwe've talked abou jonny was kicked off "the voice." he's here with us. here's his twitter handle. jonnraymusic. >> hashtag the orange room. too much to do. hean answer some of your questions. >> sometimes le is not fair. >> like when i have to listen to all thother ihoda songs. life is not fair why do we have a hard time dealinwith it? >> how dwe teach our kids to play fair? w
ABC
Nov 14, 2013 11:00pm PST
with don shipley. retired navy seal who runs a training camp in virginia. shipley also has you tube channel exposing imposters. he has access to the facial seal database. >> fewer than 10,000 of us that are aleif walking the planet. but no shortage of clowns out up there that would steel that. for profit, gain respect, intimidate people they tell you they are a seal? a . >>reporter: he asked shipley if minimum was a navy seal. >> very quick check of the database. no he was not. >>reporter: when you heard the word what others your reaction. >> if he was claiming to be a navy seal, and he was distorting what the truth was, what else would he be willing to distort. >>reporter: burg took concerns to ask superintendent hailey himself a marine corps veteran. did minimum talk about being a navy seal around the office to colleague or friend. >> yes he addition confronted with his life minimum resigned from the school. no mention of the navy seal controversy in the local papers. minimum just the had personal professional reasons after many phone conversations e-mails and detectives, bruce mi
SFGTV
Nov 15, 2013 1:00am PST
is not working. thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> yeah, hello, my name is don mcpherson, i am a member of casa justa and what i want to speak about basically is a couple things. the difference between the owners and master tenants, the violations and the communication between the dbi and the violations. no. 1, i think basically that master tenants have too much control over their jurisdiction as they can play and move these people around and force evictions, force -- i will rephrase that -- force predatory evictions. the dbi, i've been dealing with the dbi for about 4 years on one particular case and i'm still there through their assistance. so i know you guys have been working hard on what you're doing, but this is a complex matter. it's not just a situation that speculators come in, buy houses and flip them. there is problems within the areas of the master tenants. they are also turning a profit. it's predatory. so i think you've done a lot, mr. campos, in what you said earlier and i think you guys are doing pretty well and mr. yee brought up some interesting things also which
KOFY
Nov 14, 2013 11:30pm PST
we have done exposing phoney seals. he saw our interview with don shipley. retired navy seal who runs a training camp in virginia. shipley also has you tube channel exposing imposters. he has access to the facial seal database. >> fewer than 10,000 of us that are aleif walking the planet. but no shortage of clowns out up there that would steel that. for profit, gain respect, intimidate people they tell you they are a seal? a . >>reporter: he asked shipley if minimum was a navy seal. >> very quick check of the database. no he was not. >>reporter: when you heard the word what others your reaction. >> if he was claiming to be a navy seal, and he was distorting what the truth was, what else would he be willing to distort. >>reporter: burg took concerns to ask superintendent hailey himself a marine corps veteran. did minimum talk about being a navy seal around the office to colleague or friend. >> yes he addition confronted with his life minimum resigned from the school. no mention of the navy seal controversy in the local papers. minimum just the had personal professional reasons after ma
SFGTV2
Nov 15, 2013 5:30am PST
changing - (calling names) (clapping) i've got 3 more don mcdonald, herb roth man, and clooif. (clapping). those individuals and a many others are responsible for the iconic structure. i'll tip my hat to the contracting forces that built this bridge and 34 are mentioned by mr. flowers but i'll also acknowledge because we're eternal indebted to them the many contractors and subcontractors that made this happen. please give them another round of applause. i'm going to take the risk of naming a few individuals i'll end up leaving some folks out. the toll bridge program is mr. tony (clapping) tony your help along the way was much appreciated. brian has been mentioned engineer extraordinaire. the project manager is tim. just one the principle managers is steve (clapping) and i will read off for you names who are heavily involved in the construction effort and i'll ask them to stand. they're here every weekend. (calling names) (clapping) if you four could please stand up (clapping) >> those individuals are only a small representation of the amount of effort that went in and the others and i th
NBC
Nov 15, 2013 11:00am PST
sunshine beaming un . >> yes. sunscreen appropriate for this afteoon. he's something you don see very often. look at all the temperatures. they areearlyniform for all e different microclimates across the bayarea you'll notice here our san francisco camera srting to get a shake to it. those winds are picking up. we'll we're looking for the high here arod 65 degrees, and we're goingo see lot of temperature spraegs throughout the day toda weak disturnce dame through. that's what kked up the nds. we're going toeep our temperatures on the cool side. talk about all the different microclimates for this friday. in the south bay looki good. mode 60s head your way. los gados. san francisco, a little on the cool side in pacific hehts. you'll be at 62 degrs. we'rlooking great in the north 68 for petaluma. east bay, looking nice. 67 degrees. of course, the warmest spot is usually thetri-valley. you too will only end up in the low to mid 60s by ts afternoon. let's talk about what we' headed towards as we get into this weekend. today will be mild. the wi will continue t whip out there. for yo weend,
SFGTV2
Nov 15, 2013 1:30pm PST
which was never used but made it accessible to open and would have don bankrupt with the rent. whatever the things are in the list you went through. you think of all the other things that might be includes and put a time line. better to apply 2 weeks early. >> let's talk about disabled access. this is such a huge issue. first of all, if you are remodeling a commercial space a restaurant or any commercial space and the cost of the work is under what is the current annual threshold then you only have to spend 20 percent of the cost of your work to meet the disabled access requirement. when you are spending 100 thousand dollars on remodel you spend up to 20 thousand dollars on disabled access. now if your building is compliant you don't have to spend anything. the code says what order. what the priority is of how you spend that 20 percent in section 1134 capital d combepgz number one. the priority is the path of travel to the area of remodel do that first. that includes the front door and the metal hardware and the restrooms and it goes down and gets to the parking. it's almost always you
PBS
Nov 14, 2013 4:00pm PST
media. we met don instagram. a testament what can happen when you meet outside of social media. >> we realized that the gallery can be a little stuffy. we came up with a mission statement that was we want to take the celebration of the streets of atlanta to the streets of atlanta. sitting in a 1991 bread truck that has been converted into a mobile photography gallery. this month alone, we have averaged 1000 submissions to the hashtag every week. to 28 thousande submissions. >> i have been tagging my photos. them in the show. it is not just instagram. it is also interacting with the city and other people. >> we take turns going through the hashtag. we all have different aesthetic so it creates a more well- rounded gallery show. we just go through. and we spend a lot of time on it. it tends to do what i do at the public. >> one of my favorite things is picking out the photos. this is one of my favorite ones. this is a classic view of atlanta. it is the jackson street bridge. >> we display the photos and we donate all of the money to the food bank. it is about taking that love and
NBC
Nov 15, 2013 9:00am EST
arriba. yo si me duran y a don rubén. es mi vecina. >> tienen que seguir las sorpresas. tuyas juzgado basquetbol. para... peor >> estuvo muy bien la experiencia, me gustó jugar basquetbol con ellos. mucho más que ellos y que compartiste, que te dijeron, quedan empezaron ellos empezaron muy chicos ellos se llevan como cinco años entrenando si puedes entrenando eso fue exactamente lo que pasó y lo vamos a compartir con todos ustedes. te da pánico poco profesionaly jugar basquetbol. famoso minuto de llegar a donde te dije que teníamos su sorpresa un poco nervioso . muchas gracias. muchas gracias por todo. para seguir la sorpresa que sentiste cuando viste todo la cancha alrededor. me emociona, la primera vez que visito una fecha profesional de básquetbol. así tiene que ser. para asegurarnos que eso sucedatodavía más hechos y uno de ellos se tiene que compartir algo muy especial. >> que pase, por en él se dio cuenta>> >> bienvenido. >> bienvenidos. les agradecemos que formen parte de este sueño de que se pueda cumplir acomodarse donde se sientan a gusto. >> usted le qui
ABC
Nov 15, 2013 1:05am PST
stories we have done exposing phoney seals. he saw our interview with don shipley. retired navy seal who runs a training camp in virginia. shipley also has you tube channel exposing imposters. he has access to the facial seal database. >> fewer than 10,000 of us that are aleif walking the planet. but no shortage of clowns out up there that would steel that. for profit, gain respect, intimidate people they tell you they are a seal? a . >>reporter: he asked shipley if minimum was a navy seal. >> very quick check of the database. no he was not. >>reporter: when you heard the word what others your reaction. >> if he was claiming to be a navy seal, and he was distorting what the truth was, what else would he be willing to distort. >>reporter: burg took concerns to ask superintendent hailey himself a marine corps veteran. did minimum talk about being a navy seal around the office to colleague or friend. >> yes he addition confronted with his life minimum resigned from the school. no mention of the navy seal controversy in the local papers. minimum just the had personal professional reasons
NBC
Nov 15, 2013 7:00am PST
from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> i don know if i should say good morning or light a candle. i'm savannah guthrie. >> i'm willie ist with al rokeand natalie morales. matt h the morning off. look at van damme. that looks like you at yoga class. >> every man is cringing watchi this. >> we can l do this but only ce. >> the stunt is al but jean-claude van damme is not real. >> i wonr how he got out of that. how could you recover? >> me on that in a minut also we have a "today" exclusive today. never before seen deos of john f. kenne. wel show them to you. >> cool stuff. campaigning for present and riding in the very limo he was kied in months before e assassination. they werrecently discovered after being locked away for almost 50 years. > but we'll begin with today's top story. president obama over the healt care rollout disaste peter alexander at the white house with the lest. good morni. >> reporter: gd morning to you. the president is the first to admit has a lot of work aad of him to regain the confidence of the american people. today is critical. we'll sewhether his idea for a
SFGTV
Nov 14, 2013 5:30pm PST
>> (clapping) good morning. >> good morning. thank you, don for that introduction i'm glad to be here at the tonight center again. it's also great to be here. i was telling me our deputy secretary marie this this was one of the first when we went through the translation of that to use the arresting are a fund it was such an enlightening positive effort in the tenderloin to use the federal program that president obama gave us. i'm here to welcome you to san francisco and thank you for being here for the home matters for health symposium. it is the right place to be because t n d c has been a powerful change and i'm glad their championinging the center between health. no one else can do that because you've got it it right here in the community. today's symposium is part of a commitment that our city is making. i wanted to let you know all the things we're going to continue the housing for everybody. last week, we you wanted up the helen rogers and my good friend reverend hall was under its a public-private partnership that's now to just conclusions in the wonderful home for more than one h
PBS
Nov 15, 2013 11:00am PST
outbreaks which in eighteen from packets don could spread as refugees flee to syria and civil war. some twenty two million children under five years old that are at risk in places including egypt syria the west bank and gaza strip. lebanon is one of the highest priorities for health organizations estimates it gets to around four thousand syrians are entering the country every day with the onset to treat conditions facing the displaced creates a risk of exposure which could lead to paralysis or death if infection develops family style. head over so let me tell ya what it stands as the excellent work that he sent sms the book of records if any is two parts that comment made to steer un and our health officials are spending around thirty million dollars on the campaign. yet it has crippled at least thirteen children in syria with the health system has collapsed under the strain of me three years of civil war strains of the party of virus have been detected in suits some polls in israel the west bank and gaza strip since the previous year old but in the cases have been recorded in israel or
FOX Business
Nov 15, 2013 6:00pm EST
the wall today with the president but did you have a sense what when don? lahood. >> it is a lack of time insurance companies are preparing for a couple of years for january 1st, 2014 with the new mandated coverage is and obamacare provisions to be included and has been preparing to get out of the individual market with lower-cost and the more bare bones policies so now as they have their rates approved and then for the president to come i yesterday to say by the way now you can sell the policies from a regulatory and business perspective it will be nearly impossible if not impossible for some insurance companies to turn around on a dime. it has taken them three years to build a web site that doesn't work now the one to the companies to come back in a matter of weeks? >> they can ensure plans that would be canceled americans to cancel plans they must inform consumers about loss protection and about other options in the marketplace. what they did was to class is of consumers what is the impact with insurers? they understand risk controls those are changing with the assumption are put
PBS
Nov 14, 2013 8:00pm PST
access to these things to fall sick with pneumonia and even donning some of six hundred thousand people have been displaced. and today the uss george washington a riot in the golf at the lakes golf bringing with it troops to help the indian search and rescue efforts as well as supplying the us military personnel are in the area right now in seven hundred more are expected to iran and by the end of the week. check out our t dot com for the latest information and or keep your channel ten minute right here as building covering it. all attention on gun enthusiasts take a look at this. he looks like your typical guy but this is unlike anything i've ever seen above all at home whether you are looking at the world's first three d printing metal guy the company solid concepts is a mini gun and it says that god has already fired up over fifty rounds without problem. thirty parts. it uses a laser since touring and to actually make this using the color metal. sounds pretty crazy not what the reprinting of the opening of the world of possibilities for creating everything from tools to keep t
CBS
Nov 14, 2013 6:00pm PST
with don ford today. >> your call cannot be completed at this time in the country you are calling. >> reporter: again and again, over and over it's the same thing. evelyn and her daughter ruby have been trying to contact family members in the philippines. family that lived here in this small village near where they say the typhoon came ashore destroying all the homes. >> please try your call later. >> reporter: communication is bad and they fear the worst. >> don't have any update with my sister and family. >> reporter: some good news has reached her via email from other relatives in tacloban. most other relatives are alive but not safe. >> for my family members who survived the typhoon, we heard a lot of them are trying to survive on very minimal food right now. >> like what? >> a lot of them have been eating unripened bananas. the problem they are facing now is they are close to running out of that. >> reporter: running out of food, running out of time, and some family members are still missing, not seen since the storm. >> we're still looking for my aunt and her husband. they l
SFGTV
Nov 14, 2013 10:30pm PST
it is, some investment but there will be a return on it, we feel. >> and yeah, and ran don, and the concern, and of the lbes, and what, but the vendors, that are in interviewed and are going to bring in a proposal, and they have already been vetted by the human resources and than any other city contract, they have to prove that they will have an lbe, right? >> that is part of the minimum bid of qualifications, right. >> thank you. >> this is outside of 14 b and so it is a port requirement that the response ants come with an lbe partner and so it will go through the same process of a professional services contract or a construction contract where the contracts monitoring division will review that they have met the percentage as part of a minimum qualification to review the proposal. >> that is what i thought. >> and on the five year contract that makes a lot of sense. >> and it does worry me a little bit about the amount of security that the vendor has to put down, and in the form of cash, or a cashier's check, non-refundable. that takes the small guy or the small business guy out of
CNBC
Nov 15, 2013 1:00pm EST
healthercare.gov. today we got a little bit more clarity on that and here to tell us about that is don. >> what i got here is a memo released by one of the top house committees looking into this whole mess with healthercare.gov. they uncovered a memo from henry chao who was responsible. on july 16th he said to one of his subordinates i need to feel more confident they are not going to crash the plane at takeoff regardless of the price. >> the president was press ad little bit on issues about what he knew and when he knew it but obviously with this now being revealed he'll have a lot more questions on his plate. >> indeed. >> thank you very much. >>> well a rare mea culpa from president obama and what other big mistakes-ceos saying they were sorry. >> president obama, the ceo of the federal government has lots of companies among heads of states, major firms and iconic brands that have stumbled and recovered in recent years. our short greatest hits list netflix in won the made a big mistake when it raised its price of mail ordering streaming and bundle. shaved close 240% off the stock pr
NBC
Nov 15, 2013 12:35am PST
." "i don know! i don't know whai did." eah, you do." [ laughter ] tell me. all right. applause ] i will ait it. i' talk. i'll talk. hey, guy ricky martin, our pal, ricky martin wrote a chilen's book called "santiago the dreamer." yeah, yeah. a lot of musicia are now coming out with children's books. look at some of these here. justin biebewrote "oh, the places you will get kicked out of." [ laughter ] billy y cyrus wrote "the givingaughter." that's aood one. filly, [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> steve: oh, no y didn't. jimmy: yeah, i did. and finally, kanye west wrote -- "are you there, god? it is , god." [ eers and applause ] we have a great show! givet for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i wear your grandad's clhes i look incredie ♪ ♪ i'm in this bigass at fromhe thriftshop downhe road ♪ ♪ i wear your gndad's clhes i lo incredible ♪ ♪ i'm in this bigass coat from t thriftshop down the road ♪ ♪ i'm gonna pop some tags only got $20 in my pocket ♪ ♪ i'm, i'm, i'm huntin' looking for a me-up th is freaking awesome ♪ [ cheers and applae ] >> jimmy: that'
NBC
Nov 14, 2013 6:00pm PST
found in onef the water pipes. >> we've don the second test and confirmed it. >> reporter: people o have compromised immune systems and anyone over age 50 are most vulnerable to legionnairs disease. >> the simplymptoms of legionne pneumonia are fever, shortness of breath, sometimes chest pain, cough. >> reporter: more than 60 people work ithe building. so far, non have reported still staff has bn instructed not to drink the water. >> while we're aresses the problem, the crime lab has put solid, you know, contingency plan in place. they broughtn portable eye washes and portable showers. because if they get chemicals spilled on tm, that have to use the owers. >> reporter: the d.a. who joer sees the lab says the building has two water systems. because the crime lab use distilledwater, no pending criminal cases will be impacted. the bacteria was discovered in theirst water quality test sie the $75 million blding open in 2009. e county says it's now working on a plan to prevent bacteria buildup om happening again. >> we're goingo have a case where w go in, flushhe water. the whole system
FOX
Nov 14, 2013 10:00pm EST
talked about faking his own death. >> we can talk about big foot banging the tooth fairy. it don make it true. what else. >> there's an internet search engine that people use to find out when someone dies. it will say dead at a certain year. hiner shs up. >> wait, that actually seems like evidence. on. >> it ys for property listed imthere was no properties under to him until 2001 new york under his name still. >> he bought a place seven years after he died? that's weird but doesn't prove he's alive. >> that's the ultimate prank. he's a pps artist. >> at what point would you admit you're wrong? >> at what point would you admit you're wrong? >> andy, if you're alive, congrats on pulling off the greatest hoax ever and if you're dead, this chick is a terrible person. andy! >> how you doing today, sir? >> how you doing? >> we have tyrin turner at the grove. he plays caine in "menace ii society." ask him -- >> do you still get racially profiled? >> in the movie there's a scene. >> he has an interesting answer. he goes -- >> i don't feel like i ever was racially profiled. >> never? >> w
CNN
Nov 15, 2013 9:00am PST
? >> don lemon. have a great weekend, everybody. "cnn newsroom" starts right now. >>> right now, the house is getting ready to decide on a new obama care plan. the republican bill would override the president's fix, but will democrats join the chorus? stay with us on that. . right now president obama gearing up for a critical meeting on his health care fix. he is holding talks with insurance company ceos. the white house briefing getting under way right now. right now,
CNBC
Nov 15, 2013 4:00pm EST
don't know exactly what they're going to say and what sort of business was transacted, but we don from what president obama said at the outset, that they're trying to work together to figure out not just the fixes for people who had existing policies, but also for how to make people understand their options on these exchange websites, which don't know work. here's the president. >> because of choice in competition, a whole lot of americans who have always seen health insurance out of risk -- or out of reach are going to be in a position to purchase it. and because of the law, we'll also be able to provide them help even if they are still having trouble purchasing that insurance, but they have to know what those options are in order to be successful. >> reporter: all right. guys, i've lost audio. i can't hear you guys, so i'm going to throw it back to you, maria. >> we got it. thank you so much. john harwood at the white house. what could this mean to everyone's premiums? this impacts more than just 5% of individual plans we're talking about. joining me to talk more about that is wendel
CNBC
Nov 15, 2013 12:00pm EST
. thanks. market flash now with don. what do you see >> how about an old world company mob up over a percent. buffet disclosing he's taking a round a 40 million share stake in the company. when i tweeted this out, they said exxon is not an oil company any more, more of a natural gas company. so exxon certainly in the news today. back over to you. >> we love xom. >> buffet loves it but i liked it before that. those refiners still have so much more upside. when you look what's going on and desoro had a lot of activity. the energy space across -- all layers seems to be rising. >> definition of a defensive name, again i believe that this will be the rotation into the early part of '14. >> better names >> chevron is better. double the dividend, half the market cap. i think the stock can move much more quickly than exxon. they have a war chest of 20 billion in cash they can deploy more effectively. >> xom can split themselves and then you have an incredible value. you can also look at the phillips 66, conoco. >> how do you feel about cisco? >> great. put it in your 401(k). >> not so fast.
CNBC
Nov 15, 2013 6:00pm EST
time for some homework ahead of the holidays. back on october 23rd, don in new york quizzed me with a question about abaxis. they sell point of care blood analyzers which provide clinicians with rapid blood tests for humans and animals. this gives docs the opportunity to run realtime blood tests in their office instead of sending to an outside laboratory. a great idea, but the company missed on both earnings and inventory. i would stay away from abxis. and jill turned about pitney bowes. we used to talk about that company in the past. i wanted to do some additional digging. pitney bowes has transformed into a legacy company. ppbi's partnership with ebay lacks promising, and the company's new program to stabilize revenues is, indeed working. i think if we get more signs that the new products are sustainable, pbi can move higher into the end of the year, but be careful, the stock has been a monster winner, as rallied 124% so far. next up, jerry in florida asked me about bjri. i hadn't looked at that in ages. for the last couple of year, bj's has been a real dog. this casual pizza and be
CNN
Nov 15, 2013 6:00am PST
navarro, political commentator and don in a brazile, political commentator and democratic strategist. >> good morning. >> mellow, carol. >> ana, this was an extraordinary mea culpa. he admitted he fullbled and didn't know the rollout would be this bad. americans are forgiving but you've got to wonder if they'll forgive the president any time soon. will they, ana? >> well look, i think what you saw there was an administration that's been shaken, that's been caught off guard, that's been caught flat footed with a very bad rollout and also i think it's been shaken by particularly the recent numbers showing the lack of trustworthiness and that they've lost the trust of the american people. that's something that shakes any politician, but tuck larry a president because it affects his ability to do anything, to lead, to get legacy items passed. i think that's what you saw yesterday from the president, him trying to address those issues and acknowledge that that's going on, showing a little humility, and accepting that there have been mistakes made. it's taken a while for them to get there.
KRON
Nov 15, 2013 7:00am PST
breakfas tend to weigless than those who don. a new perspecte. what will you ga when you le? china is loosening its decades-old one-child policy. china's old family- planning rules limited urban couples to one child. families in rural areas could have 2 children if the first child is a girl the new rules allow couples to have two children if one of the parents is an only child. china and the united states are roughly the same size in land mass. our population is roughly 315 million. china population is more than one billion 350 million can you imagine hearing "we're going down" on your flight? a captain on a southwest airlines flight announced the warning to the entire plane, but it was only meant for the cabin crew. so as you can imagine, passengers thought they were in real danger. what really happened was the aircraft was losing cabin pressure. and the pilot made a quick descent to normalize the pressure. but he mistakenly activated the p-a system in the cabin. passengers say they really thought it was the end. rely like are you serious and we felt the nose dive. we thought we were
ABC
Nov 15, 2013 7:00am PST
likes putting on the costume and donning the mask. >> reporter: today, miles will be known simply as batkid. chasing criminals in a bat mobile. rescuing a damsel in distress on a cable car. assisting in catching the riddler as he raids a downtown vault and getting to be on a special edition of the "san francisco chronicle." >> he thinks he gets to be batkid for the day. i don't think he has any idea how big this thing got. >> reporter: thousands of volunteers have signed up to cheer on batkid, while he captures some notorious villains and saves the city. this morning's adventure will be a watershed moment for the scotts, as miles finished his treatment in june. >> it's a big party at the end of a long road. >> reporter: he's now in remission and ready to take on the world. ♪ batman >> reporter: taking on all of san francisco. and he doesn't know. his parents don't even know, how big this is going to be. it's all been kept a secret. we cannot wait to see it unfold. >> if i were there, i would be his batgirl, robin. >> oh, you'd be robin! >> and good for you, san francisco. >> that i
FOX
Nov 15, 2013 7:00am PST
ceremony. >>> it's a mayor's race. and you can flip over. the race for mayor ended in a tie. the mayor don bow den received 60 votes, so did his challenger davis, and you decide by a coin toss. the luck of the draw, the incumbent called the flip. he picked tails. >> i'm relieved that we've finally done it, and i would have been good with it either way, you know, but so, yeah, it's historic. >> and guess what, the coin ended up tails, so the incumbent mayor won another term. >>> 8:57. let's go back to sal. how is the situation on the golden gate bridge! it's still there and the traffic is going to be a little bit slow on the span, and as a matter of fact, i think i put the wrong lineup in. if we can bring up the golden gate bridge, southbound 101 traffic, slow out of marin, as you head down. i think we may have lost that shot. here we go. maybe not. northbound 101 approaching the 80 split, that's looking good. the richmond bring, that traffic is slow. let's go to steve. >>> thank you sir. you know, we have clear skies, it will be breezy, sunny, but cooler, the overnight lows cool over the w
MSNBC
Nov 15, 2013 3:00am PST
. that great scene, don draper singing "nobody never knows." there's a great cultural divide. you say it started in '63. why? >> it started in '63 because tv and radio woke up to this huge youth movement in britain. >> yes. >> before '63, kids liked the beatles, kids like the stones couldn't play on tv or radio. then tv woke up to the beatles in '63 and all those screaming girls. >> we're coming up on the 50th anniversary on what happened in february of '64. what was the moment in '63. beatles in '62 had a couple of lovely songs. in '63 they were hammering out "i want to hold your hand." what was the tv moment. >> it was an airport moment when ed sullivan was coming back from london and beatles were coming home from stock home and he saw 2,000 or 3,000 screaming girls. >> that was happening in britain. >> been this huge shift in britain in '63. then ed sullivan wants these kids on his show. they go from february '63 their first hit to february '64, 73 million americans tune in to see them. >> '63 obviously an event we're coming up on the 50th anniversary, jfk's assassination. a lo
FOX
Nov 15, 2013 6:00am EST
so late. weotta get going w. once anda dons her dress, she's every inch the vision of a lely bride. - [deted]! but looks n eceptive - sarah, just get the thing i asked you to, please. - i don't know at i'm-- - the thing right there that was just in your hand. , right no i'm a little etional. getting e dress on kind of make the whole process real. it makes ma little bit more--wwww. okay, got ten mutes 'til we goa leave! ishere someone in the bathroom? ke sure alcurling irons d flat iro are turned off. okay, running supelate. you got yourhoes on-- where is your jelry? - it's in the bag. - okay. ll, i'm fltered. uh, i can ll. - our surly bride gathers her minions and the oup dashesff to dore-cemony photographs where an anxious andrea will seehe groom for the first me. - i'geing really nervous-- where he? - hihead is turned. - dot look. - i'm rvous. i'about to staryi. - don't tu until you feel a tap. - you look beautiful, baby. don't cry, don't cry. - we got a crier. i need a tissue. how nervous were you for me twalk up? - i just hoping you weren't going to be azy. - after a sweet and
Univision
Nov 15, 2013 7:00am PST
dije que lo vi con buenos amigos. >>> con don francisco. >>> maÑana estoy en "sÁbado gigante". aprovecho. >>> sÍ, muy bien. >>> Él dijo. >>> hay que aprovechar cualquier momento. >>> y pendientes, la prÓxima semana juega la selecciÓn de mÉxico, estamos todos con los dedos cruzados. >>> el partido es madrugador. hay que verlo. >>> lo tiene univisiÓn, a la hora que sea. >>> por supuesto hay que verlo. >>> por su pollo. >>> ahÍ estÁ, le cuento, luego de la victoria de mis cuadernos la selecciÓn de mÉxico con los de nueva zelanda. el "tri" llegÓ a sidney, en escala a wellington. >>> anda. >>> cÓmo que no quisieron quedarse en nueva zelanda, se quedaron en el paÍs del lado australia, tienen su entrenamiento con los canguros y la cuestiÓn, y luego viajarÁ a territorio neozelandes para la batalla del martes en la noche. >>> la batalla el martes en la noche por univisiÓn. >>> cÓmo le dirÍas. >>> la Última batalla, los guerreros estÁn listos. se preparan para el Último. >>> el baile. >>> ole, ole, ole, mÉxico! y la ola. >>> no nos dejan jugar a los hombres, cÓmo
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